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Category Archives: Review
Pretty Deadly, Volume 1: The Shrike Story: Kelly Sue DeConnick Art: Emma Rios Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Image The moment that Pretty Deadly was announced, I mentally added it to my pull list. I knew that at the very … Continue reading
“Just because you’re immortal doesn’t mean you’re going to live forever.” A couple of weeks ago, I realized that I had a serious backlog of comics that I hadn’t read. Among the giant pile was the end of Kieron … Continue reading
There’s been lots of talk and discussion lately on the lack of female-led superhero films (especially when Black Widow is poised for one right now), but the animated market does provide room for said films. While the title gives Punisher … Continue reading
Story: Nathan Edmondson Art: Phil Noto Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Behind the cut is a review for Black Widow, volume 5, issue 1. There are light spoilers for this issue, but none for future issues. If you’d like to go in complete … Continue reading
East of West, Volume 1: The Promise Story: Jonathan Hickman Art: Nick Dragotta Colors: Frank Martin Letters: Rus Wooton Publisher: Image Yes, yes, I know I’m late to the party. I’ve had so many other comics on my pull list … Continue reading
There will be light spoilers for the wholly ignorant, but anyone with a passing knowledge of the premise should be good to go!
I’ve been keeping up with the Battle of the Atom event and decided to give it a review midway through the arc. There will be some light spoilers, so please keep that in mind before clicking the jump!
Let’s just get this out of the way first: yes, there are bronies. Some of them are really weird. Now we move on. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has obviously made an impact in pop culture lately, and even … Continue reading
I wasn’t a big fan of the Kick-Ass comics. I read them in 2010 when a preview for Kick-Ass caught my attention and I wanted to read the source material beforehand. The shock value of the title was a novelty … Continue reading